Uttarakhand: Plastic bottles will be banned, will not be used in budget session
Uttarakhand: Plastic bottles will be banned, will not be used in budget session

Plastic water bottles will not be used during the budget session starting March 3 in the Garasain (Bharadisain) assembly. Assembly Speaker Premchand Aggarwal directed to completely ban the use of single-use plastic during the session. He was presiding over the review meeting of the arrangements of the session in the Vidhan Sabha.

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Meanwhile, Secretary Jagdish Chand left for the Bharadi assembly to take stock of the arrangements. During the Governor's address on Wednesday, security arrangements between the helipad to the Legislature building were discussed. The Speaker directed that all arrangements should be completed soon to maintain peace and ensure the supply of electricity and water during the session.

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The arrangements for the session have been completed to a great extent. RO water will be used during the session. He said that the plastic bottle will have a complete ban on closed water. Environmentally, single-use plastic has been asked to be avoided. Instructions for laying of OFC lines have been given to make internet service accessible. Wi-Fi facility will be provided in the assembly area. This will facilitate the media and officials to work. He also instructed to arrange a temporary mobile toilet.

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